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The Feeling of Jazz - Spotlight on The Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer Quintet

Interpretations by the Stan Getz Quintet record label, 1953.
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The Feeling of Jazz, Hour-2, 07-11-2021

The Feeling of Jazz, program # 139 originally airing August 25, 2013 and airing again July 11, 2021, featured a spotlight on the Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer Quintet [led by Stanley Getz (February 2, 1927 – June 6, 1991) and Robert Edward "Bob" Brookmeyer (December 19, 1929 – December 15, 2011)] in music presented by Kent Lindquist. Meanwhile, co-host Bill Satterlee presented music from artists like Sonny Rollins, Art Farmer, Terry Gibbs and more. Engineered by Dave Woodworth.
 

8 p.m. Hour - Music by Title, Artist, Album Composer, Time length
 

1. Dearly Beloved, Sonny Rollins, The Jazz Giants Play Jerome Kern - Yesterdays, Johnny Mercer-Jerome Kern, 3:00 min. 
2. Love and the Weather, Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Brookmeyer – Complete 1953-1954 Quintet Studio Recordings With Stan Getz (Definitive Records), Irving Berlin, 6:30 min.
3. The Folks Who Live on the Hill, Art Farmer, Portrait of Art Farmer, Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein, 4:35 min.
4. Euridition, Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Brookmeyer – Complete 1953-1954 Quintet Studio Recordings With Stan Getz (Definitive Records), Bob Brookmeyer, 3:15 min.
5. The Song is You, Terry Gibbs, Terry Gibbs Dream Band Volume 2 - The Sundown, Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein, 2:35 min.
6. Give Me the Simple Life, Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Brookmeyer – Complete 1953-1954 Quintet Studio Recordings With Stan Getz (Definitive Records), Bloom-Ruby, 5:53 min.
7. The Way You Look Tonight, Mal Waldron, Mal/2 (Prestige), Jerome Kern-Dorothy Fields, 8:23 min.
8. The Rustic Hop, Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Brookmeyer – Complete 1953-1954 Quintet Studio Recordings With Stan Getz (Definitive Records), Bob Brookmeyer, 3:46 min.
9. The End of a Love Affair, Johnny Hartman, All of Me, Edward Redding, 3:16 min.
10. Feather Merchant, Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Brookmeyer – Complete 1953-1954 Quintet Studio Recordings With Stan Getz (Definitive Records), Count Basie-James Mundy, 8:15 min.
 

9 p.m. Hour - Music by Title, Artist, Album Composer, Time length
 

1. Look for the Silver Lining, Paul Desmond Quartet, The Jazz Giants Play Jerome Kern - Yesterdays, Jerome Kern-Bud De Silva, 4:43 min.
2. The Varsity Drag, Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Brookmeyer – Complete 1953-1954 Quintet Studio Recordings With Stan Getz (Definitive Records), De Silva-Brown-Henderson, 6:55 min.
3. They Didn't Believe Me, Lucky Thompson, Lucky Thompson Plays Jerome Kern and No More (Moodsville), Kern-Reynolds, 5:03 min.
4. Crazy Rhythm, Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Brookmeyer – Complete 1953-1954 Quintet Studio Recordings With Stan Getz (Definitive Records), Miner-Cahn-Caesar, 5:49 min.
5. Pirquette, Jimmy Giuffre, The Complete 1947-1953 Small Group Sessions Vol. 2 - 1953, Shorty Rogers, 3:10 min.
6. Minor Blues, Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Brookmeyer – Complete 1953-1954 Quintet Studio Recordings With Stan Getz (Definitive Records), Bob Brookmeyer, 7:00 min.
7. Sonny Boy, Chet Baker-Art Pepper, The Route, Jolson-De Silva-Henderson-Brown, 3:55 min.
8. Willow Weep For Me, Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Brookmeyer – Complete 1953-1954 Quintet Studio Recordings With Stan Getz (Definitive Records), Ann Ronell, 5:18 min.
9. Desafinado, Quincy Jones, Strike Up the Band, A.C. Jobim-N. De Mendonca, 2:54 min.
10. I Didn't Know What Time it Was, Stan Getz-Bob Brookmeyer, Bob Brookmeyer – Complete 1953-1954 Quintet Studio Recordings With Stan Getz (Definitive Records), Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart, 7:35 min.